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  1. NFL's Von Miller -- Blingin' In The New Season ... $220k Jewelry RunRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago |

    Denver Broncos stud Von Miller must want to shine on and off the field next season ... 'cause the Pro Bowler just spent $220k on a haul of shiny new jewelry ... TMZ Sports has learned. We spoke to Joe Avianne ... owner Avianne jewelers in New York ... and he tells us Miller went on a tear in his shop, copping every single diamond encrusted bobble he could get his hands on.


  2. Shire to buy Foresight BiotherapeuticsRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | MarketWatch

    Shire PLC has agreed to buy a privately held eye-drug company for $300 million in a deal that would add another promising ophthalmology treatment to a new line of business. The all-cash purchase of Foresight Biotherapeutics Inc., which will be announced Monday, nets Shire a medicine that has been under development for the treatment of pinkeye, a common, itchy infection that reddens the eye and often keeps children out of school.


  3. Bloomberg: Buffett Foundation 'Most Influential Supporter' of IUD ResearchRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | News Max

    You may be familiar with the intrauterine device , a once unsafe birth control tool that by 2013 was the top choice for more than 10 percent of women using contraceptives, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. But you might be surprised to learn that a Warren Buffett-connected charity provides funding support for the IUD.


  4. Market Report, 'South America Acoustic Wave Sensor Market - Analysis & Forecast To 2019', publishedRead the original story

    16 hrs ago |

    South America Acoustic Wave Sensor Market by Sensing Parameter , by Application, by Geography - Analysis & Forecast To 2019 Acoustic wave sensors are expected to show good growth across different application segments, owing to their competitive advantages over other technologies. Acoustic wave temperature and pressure sensors are increasingly used in automotive and industrial applications, in addition to torque sensors as well.


  5. Pell grants to bring college back to prison: US is 'a nation of second chances'Read the original story

    17 hrs ago | University Business

    A couple of months after Sam Hamilton was released from Fishkill correctional facility, a medium security prison in upstate New York where he spent 32 years on charges of felony and murder, he returned to the prison - this time as a civilian. Hamilton was there to celebrate.


  6. Four dead in Legionnaires' disease outbreak in New YorkRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KSAT-TV San Antonio

    Sixty-five cases of the flu-like disease have been reported since mid-July in the South Bronx, up from 31 on Thursday, the city Department of Health and Mental Hygiene said Saturday. Legionnaires' disease is a respiratory bacterial infection usually spread through mist that comes from a water source, such as cooling towers, air conditioning or showers.


  7. Protest at Peace BridgeRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 23, 2011 | WBEN-AM Buffalo

    Although their crusade has less urgency this year, a group of travelers from Cuba will cross the Peace Bridge this morning. The Venceremos Brigade is an annual act of defiance against the United States restrictions on travel to Cuba.


  8. 4 dead in Legionnaires' outbreak in New YorkRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday |

    An outbreak of the potentially fatal infectious disease in Philadelphia in 1976, largely among people attending a state convention of the American Legion, led to the name "Legionnaires' Disease." After the bacteria causing the illness was named, the name of the illness was changed to legionellosis.


  9. Fort Bliss opens five new visitor centersRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | El Paso Times

    Fort Bliss will open five Visitor Control Centers later this month in an effort to improve access to the post, officials said. The centers will open August 9 and allow guests to get visitor passes, officials said.


  10. New Legionnaires' cases are likely, New York official saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | St. Petersburg Times

    A New York City health official says it is likely doctors will diagnose more cases of Legionnaires' disease in the Bronx in the coming days, amid an outbreak that has killed four and sickened dozens. Dr. Jay Varma, deputy commissioner for disease control in the city's health department, told the Associated Press on Saturday that people who live or work in the South Bronx, where the disease-causing bacteria have been found, could be at risk.


  11. Q-Tip On Meek Mill Vs. Drake: "This Is Not About Meek. It's About The Culture"Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | HipHopDx

    Tip says that the Drake versus Meek Mill bout raises good questions about rap beef and Hip Hop in general. On the heels of DJing his own Beats 1 Radio Show, Q-Tip recently showed fans how to DJ a set and really brought out a lot of Hip Hop history in the process.


  12. Just Published: 'Asia Pacific Perimeter Security Market - Trends & Forecasts to 2019'Read the original story

    Saturday |

    Recently published research from MicroMarketMonitor, "Asia Pacific Perimeter Security Market - Trends & Forecasts to 2019", is now available at Fast Market Research Asia Pacific Perimeter Security Market by Vertical by Type , by Country - Trends & Forecasts Till 2019 The APAC perimeter security market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 11.3% from 2014 to 2019. Although the countries of Australia and New Zealand hold the larger shares in the region's perimeter security market, China and Japan are expected to grow considerably.


  13. Leading pro-Israel Democrat: It will be - difficult' to stop Iran dealRead the original story

    Saturday | Tehran Times

    If you want a sense of whether Congress will or won't stop the Iran deal from going forward, a good place to start is with Dem Rep. Eliot Engel of New York. As one of the most pro-Israel members of Congress and a well-respected voice on foreign affairs, he is one of a small number of House Dems who will be lobbied hard by supporters and opponents of the accord - and will be closely watched for clues as to whether enough House Democrats will stick with Obama to sustain his veto of the expected GOP measure.


  14. Vermont systems monitor Lake Champlain water for algaeRead the original story

    Saturday | New Jersey Herald

    The 22 water systems in Vermont that draw from Lake Champlain are participating in a program to regularly monitor for a potentially toxic blue-green algae that shut down service to 400,000 customers in Ohio last summer. While scientists say this summer is shaping up to be a bad year for blue-green algae on Lake Champlain, there have been a few reports of small amounts of the toxin detected in untreated water and none in treated drinking water, records show.


  15. A look at the gorgeous, antiquated technology running the NYC SubwayRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Mashable

    At more than 100 years old, the New York City subway is one of the oldest in the world. Most of it is run by equipment nearly as old.


  16. Nursing pillows linked to infant deathsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | WRIC-TV Richmond

    Dauphin County Coroner Graham Hetrick says the infants died from posture asphyxiation likely linked to crescent-shaped nursing pillows. The pillows are known to be dangerous when babies are sleeping.


  17. The Moneyologist: What to do when the manicurist leaves you bleeding?Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | MarketWatch

    I was getting my nails manicured at my local salon last weekend and the manicurist cut my finger. It was not a big cut, but it was more than a scratch as it took 10 minutes or so for the bleeding to stop.


  18. Close Call: Delta Pilot Spots Drone Just Before LandingRead the original story

    Friday | WBAL-AM Baltimore

    A Delta pilot flying into JFK airport in New York spotted a drone off its right wing as it approached the runway, the Federal Aviation Administration said Friday. The plane, an MD88 with five crew members and 154 customers on board, did not take evasive action and landed without incident, according to the FAA.


  19. 23 states make it harder for a wife to accuse husband of rapeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Chicago Tribune

    On Monday, a top adviser to Donald Trump told the Daily Beast , "there's very clear case law" that a man cannot rape his wife. "It's absolutely shocking to hear an attorney say something like that in this day and age," said Emily Martin, general counsel at the National Women's Law Center.


  20. Citing hacking risk, FDA says Hospira pump shouldna t be usedRead the original story

    Friday | KDWN

    The federal government says health care facilities should stop using Hospira's Symbiq medication infusion pump because of its vulnerability to hacking. The Food and Drug Administration said Friday it's the first time it has warned caregivers to stop using a product because of a cybersecurity risk.